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A federal jury concluded police officers did not use excessive force in their use of a Taser and pepper spray during an encounter with Sheldon Haleck.
A nonprofit would oversee building the free, fenced-in site featuring zip lines, fountains, a snack concession and a police office.
The proposal could take unhosted vacation units off the market and allow homeowners to operate bed-and-breakfasts.
Four candidates are vying for an open seat in a district struggling with traffic and the loss of affordable housing to short-term vacation rentals.
The Honolulu auditor was concerned its results might be “discoverable” in a lawsuit filed by Louis and Katherine Kealoha.
The city has removed 34 crosswalks since September 2016, despite protests from some neighborhood groups.
In a break with past practice, the agency did not release the amounts that companies bid for the work to relocate utilities.
The departure of Abbey Mayer is the latest in a string of more than 16 managers, directors and other top personnel to leave HART.
Some birth certificates, passports, and other documents can’t be retrieved because of a vendor’s computer malfunction.
The city planning department has given the green light to the builders as long as they add more community benefits.